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Byzantine Inscriptions found on Thrace and Lower Danube

Byzantine Inscriptions found on Thrace and Lower Danube

The following are inscriptions found on Thrace and the Lower Danube. Notice the mention of Basileios II as ” Bulgaroktonos” from the Byzantines. A death blow to the modern propaganda of FYROM which claims Samouil state was “Macedonian” and not Bulgarian. Basileos Baseiliou tou Boulgaroktonou 1025 AD 1275-1300 AD Komninos Palaiologos By Samios Makedonas

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Medieval Slavic Sources prove the Greekness of Macedonia

Medieval Slavic Sources prove the Greekness of Macedonia

Patriarch Euthymius of Turnovo (Patriarch of Bulgaria between 1375 and 1393) in his “Hagiography of St. Ilarion Maglenski” wrote about the Bulgarian Char Kaloyan: Translation in English: “He was very brave, then, conquered a large part of the Greek land, namely Thrace and Macedonia, the Tribalia and Dalmatia, in those added Neada (sic) and Ellada and still Aitolia.” From the above it […]

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